Excerpt from work

Quand le dessin devient performance

Date
May 8, 2014
Place
BAnQ Vieux-Montréal
Director
Priscilla Guy
Length
22 min 55

The FJPP invited performance artists The Two Gullivers to create a work inspired by the Jean-Pierre Perreault Fonds. With the participation of Geneviève Duong, Nicolas Patry,  Thérèse Patricia Côté, Danielle Deveault, Christiane Gambin, Amélie Giguère, Solange Gilbert, Yaprak Hamarat, Krystiane Hamel, Anne-Julie Hynes, Véro Leduc and Laurent Vernet

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